Ervin Staub reflects on what factors might lead someone to become empathic and altruistic.
Scholars trace anti-Jewish myths, hatred, and violence back to the time of the Roman Empire in this historical overview of anti-Judaism’s roots.
Aliza Luft, Ph.D. Candidate helps us understand how the categories used to classify people who experience genocide are extremely limiting and erase many complexities.
Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses why people categorize the world to make meaning of it.
Steven Becton uses George Orwell’s 1984 to engage students with themes of conformity and obedience.